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Ryan Gage Tweets About Hobbit “Costume Fitting”

July 14, 2011 at 10:43 am by Earl  - 

Of late there seems to be no let up to the slew of Hobbit-related news… and we’re not complaining.

Dwarf revelations aside, today brings a very interesting tweet by Ryan Gage, cast originally in the role of Drogo Baggins, the father of Frodo Baggins (played, of course, by Elijah Wood).

Had a costume fitting today and met Elijah Wood for the first time. What a really nice guy!

Early this May, Peter Jackson announced via Facebook that Ryan Gage would be playing the Master of Laketown’s conniving civil servant, Alfrid.

Thanks to TORn spy Patrick A. for the tip.

UPDATE: It seems Ryan Gage is in the UK, and upon reading this post, a reliable source has written in to inform us that the production will probably be filming with Sir Christopher Lee in the UK during the production “break”. How great is that!?

Posted in Characters, Elijah Wood, Hobbit Cast News, Hobbit Movie, Peter Jackson, Production, The Hobbit on July 14, 2011 by Source: Ryan Gage (Twitter) Ryan Gage Tweets About Hobbit “Costume Fitting” | Discuss
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One response to “Ryan Gage Tweets About Hobbit “Costume Fitting””

  1. thinker says:

    I have no idea what drogo is going to do in the movie. The only thing that comes to my midn is that they are going to show how he drowns (but Frodo’s mother is not in the movie…) and then we will see frpdp being adopted by Bilbo (Ian Holm will be in the movie) and bilbo will tell frodo his adventure, and that will be the beginning of the Hobbit movie. The story will be told by old Bilbo.

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